The root system is very similar to the Administrator system in Windows. The admin has more power than the normal user (the user), and the same is true for the Linux system on which Android devices rely. In terms of permissions and permissions, the root in Android is equivalent to the admin in Windows.
Benefits of the root
Rooting methods and applications vary by device, but here are some of the general advantages of rooting:
- Some applications and programs cannot be used on mobile devices unless the device is rooted in order to use some of the programs.
- The ability to apply for video screen recording programs (animated images)
- The ability to raise the voice of the mobile phone above the limit of the sound system is available to the average user.
- Reducing the screen brightness below the minimum for the average device user or increasing it above the maximum.
- The ability to increase the processor's speed.
- Remove an important system program.
- Basic mobile file modification.
Concerning the dangers of rooting to the device's user, it exposes them to the following:
- Loss of device warranty and manufacturer warranty
- The user is unable to reverse the process, resulting in the loss of the mobile's original system.
- He is not protected by the systems offered by mobile phone manufacturers such as Samsung, Infinix, Huawei, and others.
- The possibility of causing damage to the mobile system as a result of program addition or removal.
- The risk of damaging the processor if you try to speed it up.
- The risk of damaging the phone's reputation by attempting to raise or lower the volume beyond the average user's limit.
The difference between root and jailbreak
Some people think the root is the same as Jail Break. This is a blunder. Because Apple phones and iPhones can be jailbroken, users can download applications that are not licensed by Apple and are not available in its store.